It is staggering to think that Martin Foyle only had one full season in charge of York City but his time was eventful and in the main, a really successful time. From taking on a side faltering towards regionalised football, Martin kept the club up in 2009 but also got them to the FA Trophy Final before moulding the squad into a much stronger, slicker outfit that enjoyed a run to the FA Cup Third Round and the 2010 Play-off final. Here Martin reflects on his spell at Bootham Crescent, the impact he had on Richard Brodie, the reasons behind his exit early into the 2010-11 season, how he influenced the decision of his replacement and many more key insights.
This interview was conducted by Dan Tait, edited and produced by James Charters. If you enjoy the episode please consider donating to justgiving.com/yorkhospitalradio.
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